Partnerships Officer Non-profit Jobs – Population Media Center (PMC)


Job Title:    Partnerships Officer

Organisation: Population
Media Center (PMC)

Duty Station:  Kampala,


About US:

Population Media
Center (PMC) is a nonprofit, international organization, which strives to
improve the health and wellbeing of people around the world using
entertainment-education strategies. Founded in 1998, PMC has over 22 years of
field experience in social behavior change communication, impacting more than
50 countries around the world.


Job Summary:  The Partnerships Officer will take charge of
the PMC Uganda partnerships and business Development portfolio. S/ he will
advance the exploration and development of new partnership collaborations with
the objective of attracting new business for the PMC Uganda Country Office.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

Lead the
development of PMC Uganda country’s business development strategy.

Lead the
implementation of PMC Uganda country’s business development strategy.

and maintain positive relationships with actual and potential donors,
communicate and advocate for PMC capabilities.

the PMC Uganda in developing contacts and networks with government agencies,
donor agencies, and NGOs to foster mutual cooperation.

with the PMC fundraising team to produce competitive proposals and fundraising

and diversify PMC Uganda’s portfolio in pursuit of building new strategic
alliances and tapping into programme spaces to compliment other partners’

incumbent will ensure that the PMC Uganda Team is actively engaged in new
business development, cognizant of donor trends and funding opportunities.

other related duties as required.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: The ideal applicant for the Partnerships
Officer position should have the following qualifications and competencies:

Master’s degree in business administration, public health, management, social
sciences or the equivalent.

At least
six years’ experience working in partnerships and business development in the
NGO world.

experience working with international donors and key players.

of the country’s population, health and social development sector in relation
to current donor priorities.

communication skills

to work in a team-oriented environment.

language proficiency required.


How to Apply:

All candidates are
encouraged to send a cover letter and an updated CV via 


Deadline: Monday 21st December 2020


NB: Interviews for
the shortlisted candidates will take place on 29th December 2020.

The successful
candidate starts work on 4th January 2021.


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